Hmm, I don’t know how that header should be completed.

Do you? 


Then, let’s find out together.

In my opinion, the standard saying: “Don’t worry, be happy” seems to be too simplified because not only do I doubt that one can be happy all the time, it also would be too exhausting, though a friend of mine did once exclaim jovially: “Worrying works for me! 90% of the things I worry about never happen!”

I guess the philosopher Michel De Montaigne got an even better perspective on this topic: “My life has been full of terrible misfortunes most of which never happened.”

All in all, I guess that being anything else but worried is already a huge improvement.

It’s a challenge not to worry.  I used to be a worry wart (yes, even as a kid); nevertheless, at some point in the not so recent past, I read that worrying is planning for a negative future.